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Rhythm vs Tempo   Tempo and rhythm are terms that are used in relation with music. Rhythm is a word that is used in not just music but in every aspect of life. You can find a rhythm in rain dropping down, a basketball being dribbled by a player, a car moving in a racing track or even in foot taping with a... 
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Amusement Park vs Theme Park   There was a time when there were limited ways to get some entertainment and thrill outside one’s home. But today, there is a plethora of amusement parks and theme parks around the world to have some outdoor recreation and fun. These are facilities that people go to when they... 
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Symphony vs Orchestra   Symphony and orchestra are words that confuse many if they are not into music. Orchestra is a group or ensemble of performers that play various musical instruments together. Symphony is a term that is usually used as symphony orchestra that confuses those who have been to a simple orchestra... 
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Clogging vs Tap   There are many dancing styles and dance forms. Two of the dancing styles that make use of the shoes or the heels of the dancer to hit the dancing floor as a percussion instrument are called tap and clogging. These are not identical dancing styles though many find it difficult to differentiate between... 
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Skit vs Sketch   Most people think of a skit to be a short comic performance like a sketch and, therefore, tend to use these two terms interchangeably. Even those who happen to be in the profession of drama consider a skit a sketch. However, the two are not the same and despite having many similarities, there... 
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Serpentine vs Fixed   Serpentine and fixed are the terms used for drafts in Fantasy basketball. This is a game that is devised on the lines of fantasy baseball. The game requires players to keep track of the statistics of the actual NBA players. The game got a big boost with the arrival of internet as players draft... 
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Sequence vs Scene   Shot, sequence, scene, etc. are terms that are heard in terms of moviemaking. These terms are also used during the production of a video for television. The most common of these terms is shot which is heard a lot during filmmaking. This is because a shot is the most basic unit of a film... 
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Sith vs Jedi   Sith and Jedi are the terms used for members of two orders or organizations in Star Wars movie made by legendary movie maker George Lucas. These are fictitious titles that are not found in reality but have become very popular because of the box office success of the movie and its sequels. There are... 
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Shroud vs Hexproof   Hexproof and shroud are special words that are used for magical abilities in card games. These terms are not used in everyday conversation and only those who are fond of magic and card games know how to make use of these abilities to counter or tackle an opponent. There are many similarities... 
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Rock vs Rock and Roll   Rock music is a genre of music that is very popular and can be traced back to the rock and roll of 1950’s. Rock music has continued to evolve since the early days of rock and roll, but electric guitar continues to play the central part in every sub-genre of music that has emerged from... 
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Rhythm Guitar vs Lead Guitar   In a band with two or more guitarists, the most noticeable parts of the song are played by lead guitar while rhythm guitars support lead guitar by picking up the rhythm, tempo, and the chords of the song. Guitar is one stringed musical instrument that is universally loved and played... 
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Metal, Punk vs Grunge   The original rock and roll music that originated in the early 50’s and that carries many different musical influences is very popular form of music. However, with the passage of time, rock music has evolved into many subgenres and it has become more aggressive and loud than ever.... 
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Rock vs Punk vs New Wave   Rock is a very popular music genre that evolved from rock and roll music during the 50’s in America and slowly spread to the entire western world, especially UK and Australia. Rock did not remain static and it kept on evolving with many new subgenres of rock music coming to the fore... 
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Electric vs Acoustic Guitar   Electric and acoustic guitars are both stringed musical instruments with 6 strings. They are both the same size and produce nearly same sounds. Despite these similarities, there are many differences between these two types of guitars. Acoustic guitar produces sounds on its own... 
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Piano vs Harpsichord   There are many stringed musical instruments with keyboards. Out of these, piano holds a place of pride as a romantic musical instrument full of melodies. There is another musical instrument called Harpsichord that was once very popular. Harpsichord has similarities with Piano. However,... 
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Major vs Minor Scales   Major and minor scales are two of the most popular and commonly used scales in western music. It is possible to make a major or the minor scale using any note while playing piano. Set of notes arranged in a unique pattern creates a scale. While there are many similarities between these... 
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